Scotland to Open Its First Ever Cycling Track

Scotland is all set to open up its 1st purpose built riding track for the specially abled people by this spring. The special cycling track has been constructed at Cantray, located near Inverness.

According to the reports, the track stretches up to 1 km and it took around 250,000 Euros for its construction. Watermill Foundation from Cawdor is in charge of the project. The project is further aided by trusts, charities & national body of Sportscotland. The new cycling track for the physically challenged is about to open up on the later quarter of the ongoing Spring season this year.

“I’m a Marked Woman”: Laura Trott

Laura Trott, Britain’s two times Olympic champion admits that her rising success has turned her into marked woman. Trott, who achieved the gold in omnium and team pursuit at London Games, is defending her famous world winner titles in both the championships in Minsk, Belarus, this week.

Evans Takes a Safe Start in Tour of Oman

Cadel Evans, the leading Aussie rider started his 2013 season with a safe start in Tour of Oman 2013. Evans was just 11 seconds behind Slovakian cyclist Peter Sagan with Spanish sprinter Alberto Contador.

Mark Cavendish at 2013 Tour de France

Mark Cavendish left Team Sky as he thought he didn’t receive enough support at the Tour de France 2012 and joined Team Omega Pharma-Quick Step. There have much talks regarding Cavendish’ transfer but it seems that it is a great move taken by Cavendish. The official of the Team Omega Pharma has recently stated that they want Mark Cavendish to lead the team at the 2013 Tour de France.

Evans looking forward to start 2013

Cadel Evans was forced to end his 2012 season prematurely because of his illness. The season didn’t go well for him at all. The 2012 Tour de France winner struggled in this year’s Tour de France throughout and finished at the seventh spot.